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Aug 24

lazhuntiez:

Ive had requests to bring this back..
soooo..
did a lil throwback..
now available en mi tienditaaaa..
for a limited timmeeee.
xo
-RM
"Brown Pride"
-available in Women’s and Unisex cut tees
-Hand Screen Printed by ME
$20/ FREE Shipping
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lazhuntiez:

Ive had requests to bring this back..

soooo..

did a lil throwback..

now available en mi tienditaaaa..

for a limited timmeeee.

xo

-RM

"Brown Pride"

-available in Women’s and Unisex cut tees

-Hand Screen Printed by ME

$20/ FREE Shipping

http://lazhuntiez.bigcartel.com

http://lazhuntiez.bigcartel.com

http://lazhuntiez.bigcartel.com

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Tune in to @koopradio for a special set dedicated to #MikeBrown and all victims and survivors of #policebrutality. Peace and justice to #MichaelBrown’s family in #Ferguson. 91.7 fm / koop.org #HandsUpDontShoot

NOW

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Tune in to @koopradio for a special set dedicated to #MikeBrown and all victims and survivors of #policebrutality. Peace and justice to #MichaelBrown’s family in #Ferguson. 91.7 fm / koop.org #HandsUpDontShoot

NOW

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Aug 23

STP
Woodside, NY
photo by Noel Shaw pinoy-noir:
 

STP

Woodside, NY

photo by Noel Shaw pinoy-noir:

 

Aug 22

 
The six monks, from Drepung Gomang Monastery in southwest India, arrived in St. Louis on Saturday as part of the Sacred Tibetan Arts tour, which their monastery puts on every year. They will spend the next ten months traveling cross-country to give lectures, create Tibetan sand paintings (mandalas) and perform traditional ceremonies. According to the monastery’s website, the tour aims to increase awareness of Tibetan culture, raise funds for the monastery’s upkeep, and “make a contribution to world healing and peace.” This is the tour’s third year visiting St. Louis, though Maher says different monks come each time. Geshe Tsewang Thinley is one of the monks visiting the US for the first time with this year’s tour. He grew up in a Tibetan refugee community in India, where many Tibetans fled after the Chinese invasion in 1950 and a failed uprising against Chinese rule in 1959. “In Tibet, you know, many times it happens like this. Everywhere, every month, they have the problem in Tibet, same, the police shooting like this,” Geshe Thinley explained, speaking of Chinese forces’ frequent use of live rounds against nonviolent protesters. Just four days after Michael Brown’s death, Radio Free Asia reported that Chinese police wounded almost a dozen Tibetans when they opened fire on a protest in Kardze. Since then, five of the protesters have reportedly died of their injuries. (via Monks in Ferguson | Tricycle)

 

The six monks, from Drepung Gomang Monastery in southwest India, arrived in St. Louis on Saturday as part of the Sacred Tibetan Arts tour, which their monastery puts on every year. They will spend the next ten months traveling cross-country to give lectures, create Tibetan sand paintings (mandalas) and perform traditional ceremonies. According to the monastery’s website, the tour aims to increase awareness of Tibetan culture, raise funds for the monastery’s upkeep, and “make a contribution to world healing and peace.” This is the tour’s third year visiting St. Louis, though Maher says different monks come each time. Geshe Tsewang Thinley is one of the monks visiting the US for the first time with this year’s tour. He grew up in a Tibetan refugee community in India, where many Tibetans fled after the Chinese invasion in 1950 and a failed uprising against Chinese rule in 1959. “In Tibet, you know, many times it happens like this. Everywhere, every month, they have the problem in Tibet, same, the police shooting like this,” Geshe Thinley explained, speaking of Chinese forces’ frequent use of live rounds against nonviolent protesters. Just four days after Michael Brown’s death, Radio Free Asia reported that Chinese police wounded almost a dozen Tibetans when they opened fire on a protest in Kardze. Since then, five of the protesters have reportedly died of their injuries. (via Monks in Ferguson | Tricycle)

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basically, you have three choices:
jail, mall, museum

whose hapless invariance
repeats as edges leaping
away from each problematic

crossing to defeat
all possible reply.

jail + museum =
university; mall + jail
= airport; mall + jail
+ museum = home sweet home

” — Jasper Bernes, from “We Are Nothing and So Can You” (via grupaok)

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Aug 21

The first American Negro Ballet, 1937. thoughtsofafallenpharaoh: tilthisweek: thetpr

The first American Negro Ballet, 1937. thoughtsofafallenpharaohtilthisweekthetpr

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